Keep Off My Grass! is a 1972 generation-gap comedy film directed by Shelley Berman. The film tells the story of a young hippie group that moves into a town and causes panic among the older generation. The hippies then form their own commune. It was Shelley Berman's directorial debut and features Micky Dolenz, drummer and lead singer of The Monkees, in a supporting role.
In 2014, a VHS copy of the rare film was acquired by radio host Iain Lee.
Garrett Gilchrist restored the film from VHS, and helped create DVD covers, bonus features (including an interview with costar Jack Grapes), and commentary for the film, which was released on DVD for a time.
Here is a restoration comparison of Iain Lee's VHS copy versus Garrett Gilchrist's cleaned-up version of same.